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The 1920s Come Roaring Back with This Textile Collection
This four-part textile collection is inspired by the Jazz Age and the fashions of the Roaring ‘20s. Image courtesy of Unika Vaev.
Unika Vaev’s new Jazzy Collection marches to the beat of its own drum.
The four-part contract textiles collection is inspired by the Jazz Age and the fashions of the Roaring ‘20s, according to design director Courtney Brooks. The four new designs include:
- Jazzy: A bold, feisty geometric pattern with a circular motif and contrasting colors
- Ragtime: An organic, linen-like texture with a rugged structure and colors that are vibrant, yet subtle
- Band: A strong, yet soft bouclé that creates layers of color with yarn twisting and dyeing
- Fusion: A brushstroke-like composition of novelty twisted yarns that give it a linear aesthetic and velvety texture
“This collection is all about the ease of blending bold pattern, texture and color to create a mixed palette that is both modern and timeless,” Brooks explained. “The namesake of the collection celebrates a crisp, graphic signature, harmonized by melodic organic textures that embody warmth and synergy.”
These lively patterns are ready to dance across panels and furnishings in any space.
4 patterns available
37 colorways across the 4 patterns
41% post-consumer polyester in the circular Jazzy pattern
60,000 to 100,000 double-rub abrasion rating, depending on the pattern
54-55 inches wide